It is perhaps little surprise that US Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill is talking up America's economic prospects in the wake of the atrocities in New York and Washington DC.
But are all observers - with some notable exceptions - taking the same line?
Mr O'Neill said on Thursday that the Treasury was, with US central bank the Federal Reserve, working round-the-clock to minimise disruption.
"The prospects for a rebound
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